Brewferm Abbey

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Brewferm Abbey

SKU:10100
£12.95

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Dark brown, full-bodied with a malty flavour. A divine beer requiring long maturing.

Makes 9 litres

Original gravity:1.070
ABV: 8.0%

Requires 500g of sugar or malt extract.
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Dark brown, full-bodied with a malty flavour. A divine beer requiring long maturing. Makes 9 litres Original gravity:1.070 ABV: 8.0% Requires 500g of sugar or malt extract.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

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  • Rating
    If only ALL One can kits were Brewferm....
    Review by Jeffon 22/07/2017
    There woud be a hell of a lot more homebrewers out there !

    I've been All Grain brewing for years now and have made many different brews and styles, many of which I now design myself - but I still buy at least one of these Abdijj kits a year (usually along with the equally excellent Tripel, Grand Cru and the OUTSTANDING BrewFerm Xmas) to chuck in with the schedule and keep stocks up.

    I offer the following advice - dont overdilute (its a 9L kit, so double up or live with it - over dilution ruins the brew) and use Golden Syrup as the sugar content (cheap and easy to obtain in the UK and an excellent sub for Candi sugar) @ 120% the weight of dry sugar. Finally, be patient - these kits are good at 4 months in the bottle, and just get better - I brewed my Abdijj in January and Drinking at the end of July, its superb !

    (I have BF Xmas bottles left from FEB 2012 !!!)

    GYSOT !!!
  • Rating
    Best Winter/Christmas brew ever
    Review by Darrenon 29/05/2013
    I've made this for the last 3 years and always get excellent results. I always make it with candi sugar + a small amount of corn sugar to make up for using the candi sugar. This is a brew best left alone for at least 8 weeks, longer if possible and if left in a Corny, under CO2, it will last for a lot longer.

    It goes down that well at mine, that I now make a double patch (18L), using two kits. Double the water, use 500g of Light candi sugar, 500g dark candi sugar and 100g of corn sugar to make up the bill. Then use the two packets of yeast to ferment it off. (The candi sugar takes a bit to dissolve but it's worth the effort).

    Ferment it off, pop it in your corny and leave it for 12 weeks. If bottling, follow the carbonation guide and pop the bottles in a dark place for the same period of time.

    If you can leave it for 12+ weeks, if should drop bright by itself.

    Enjoy.
  • Rating
    OK abbey ale for a kit
    Review by JD brewingon 30/04/2013
    This is the third beer we have tried, after first a kit and then the Timothy Taylor extract recipe pack. We were quite excited about being able to brew our own abbey ale, yet were left a little disappointed.

    After such an improvement from the extract pack, I think it was a mistake to go back to a kit. Though, saying that, it was definitely a drinkable abbey, once it had been given a couple of months in the bottle. Unfortunately lacked a bit of depth of flavour and was not quite the exciting abbey we were after. Hopefully we can track down an abbey ale extract pack as I think that will make a big difference.
  • Rating
    Absolutely outstanding kit with fantastic results
    Review by Jimon 04/09/2012
    Having brewed several Tarwebier kits and a Christmas kit from the Brew Ferm range I recently tried the Abbey. The kit makes 9 liters at 8% ABV, but to avoid looking at the bottom of the table, I added an additional 3 liters of water, keeping the primary and secondary amounts of sugar the same. I ran the primary fermentation for 10 days, making sure there was a little life left in the yeast for conditioning in the bottle. Once bottled I put these away for 6 weeks and the results are absolutely fantastic. I really malty dark ale with a slightly bitter finish, fantastic carbonation and head retention. Also, I recon it has come in at around the 5%-6% ABV mark, which I personally find more palatable. Will definitely be doing this kit again!
  • Rating
    An excellent into to brewing Belgian beers.
    Review by mandyandnickon 03/08/2010
    This was my second Brewferm kit (following a triple a few months ago) and results were again excellent . These kits make about 10 litres of 8% ABV beer, so small bottles are a great idea unless you like looking at the underside of the table.
    These kits will make you wait, and wait, and wait a bit more ...until they're ready but it's worth it. For starters I kept it in the FV for 2 weeks to be sure of complete fermentation. Abbey beers tollerate high fermentation temps and so it was a perfect brew for the hot weather we've been having. Then into the old Duvel, Leffe and other 250-330ml bottles with a LOT of priming sugars (It has to be fizzy!) It really does improve over the recommended 6 weeks conditioning and beyond. (First couple of weeks sample bottles had a distinctly sherry-like quality then it smoothed out beautifully).
    The instructions included with these kits are excellent and provide (for example) advice on using different sugars. I chose Tesco Value Golden syrup for this one, adding extra to compensate for this not being entirely fermentable - the directions give help with working this out. You can try light or dark candi sugar if you like - a bit more authentic and supposed to impart an acidic / lemony taste.
    As for the brew itself, well it's brown ale coloured, with a superb head and very fizzy, obviously very potent (sip- don't gulp!) slightly herbaceous and very like a real Abbey beer. Joyously bitter and slightly sour to my palete. A little like Leffe brune.
    Thoroughly reccomended. I'm now trying the Diablo (their Duvel clone) and that seems to be coming along nicely as well.